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Datum: Monday, 28.09.2020
Introduction: How to work with alfaview
Ort: Raum 1
Session 1: Plenary Welcome
Ort: Raum 1
1. Orestis Terzidis (KIT and Conference Chair): G-Forum theme “Entrepreneurship as Design Science 2. Jörn Block (Trier University and FGF Vicepresident): Special issues 3. Andreas Kuckertz (University of Hohenheim and FGF President): FGF and G-Forum
Session 2: Accelerators / Incubators
Ort: Raum 1
Chair: Nicolas Zacharias

Follow-on investments of Startup accelerators - An empirical investigation of the signaling effects on venture capitalists’ investment decisions

Akira Mehler, Malte Brettel

RWTH Aachen University

The influence of peer groups on young venture succes - An empirical investigation of seed accelerator cohort dynamics

Justus Gätjen, Andrea Greven

RWTH Aachen University

Improving the effectiveness of cooperations between established companies and Startups using a portfolio perspective

Nicolas Zacharias, Nele Oldenburg

Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

Session 3: Digital Transformation I
Ort: Raum 2
Chair: Patrick Ulrich

The impact of digital orientation on external corporate venturing

Andreas Schwarz

RWTH Aachen University

Transformation und Design: Ansätze und Perspektiven für KMUs

Greta Erschbamer1, Harald Pechlaner2, Daria Habicher1

1: Eurac Research Center for Advanced Studies, Italien; 2: Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstadt

Akzeptanz von digitalen Dienstleistungsinnovationen im B2B-Bereich - Erste Ergebnisse einer quantitativen Befragung

Martina Sageder, Christine Vallaster

FH Salzburg - University of Applied Sciences, Austria

IT-Compliance in Familienunternehmen - Ergebnisse einer empirischen Erhebung

Patrick Ulrich, Mona Kratt

Aalen University of Applied Sciences

Session 4: Succession
Ort: Raum 3
Chair: Michael Graffius

The impact of firm performance on the business transfer mode*

Rosemarie Kay, André Pahnke, Susanne Schlepphorst

Institut für Mittelstandsforschung (IfM) Bonn

Innovation activities after CEO succession in family firms: A longitudinal perspective

Nora Zybura1, Bettina Müller1, Sandra Gottschalk2

1: University of Mannheim; 2: Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Mannheim

Führungsstile im Kontext der Unternehmensnachfolge

Madline Gund, Thomas Mühlencoert

Hochschule Koblenz - University of Applied Scienes

The seller’s emotions in pricing processes of small family firms*

Robin Gubela, Michael Graffius, Birgit Felden

HWR Berlin School of Economics and Law

Session 5: Crowdfunding I
Ort: Raum 4
Chair: Christian Fisch

Crowdfunding for personal gain or a sustainable communal aim? – The impact of textual signals in crowdfunding descriptions on success

Sven Siebeneicher, Carolin Bock

Technical University of Darmstadt

Innovativeness and legitimacy in equity crowdfunding*

Kazem Mochkabadi1, Simon Kleinert2, Diemo Urbig3, Christine Volkmann1

1: University of Wuppertal; 2: Maastricht University; 3: Brandenburg University of Technology

Das „C“ in Crowdfunding steht für Co-Finanzierung – Eine explorative Studie über die komplementäre Nutzung etablierter und partizipativer Finanzierungsinstrumente

Sven Siebeneicher1, Carolin Bock1, Jens Rockel2

1: Technical University of Darmstadt; 2: Fraunhofer Center for Int. Management and Knowledge Economy

Effects of venture capital investments on the founder’s professional online presentation - Evidence from Twitter data

Jörn Block, Walter Diegel, Christian Fisch

Trier University

Session 6: Technology Management
Ort: Raum 5
Chair: Peter M. Bican

Technology application selection (TAS) – An approach for the identification of technology-based opportunities

Despoina Ntagiakou

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Organizational factors underlying high-tech scale-up performance and transitional success

Claire Mula2, Baris Istipliler1

1: University of Mannheim; 2: No affiliation / Independent Researcher

Innovation from the C-suite – Imitation as determinant for chief technology officer presence*

Tobias Bähr, Steffen Strese

TU Dort­mund Univer­sity

Strategic management in times of crisis: A business analytics perspective on innovation

Peter M. Bican1, Frederik J. Riar2, Carsten C. Guderian1,3, Sarbani Chattopadhyay3

1: Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen- Nuremberg (FAU); 2: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT); 3: PatentSight GmbH, Bonn

Session 7: Business Model Innovation I
Ort: Raum 6
Chair: Monika Schuhmacher

Pivoting: A literature review

Jean-Luc Ingold1,2, Christophe Schmitt1, Rico Baldegger2

1: University of Lorraine; 2: School of Management Fribourg

Business model innovation – An analysis of usage-based approaches

Isabella Stojkovski

Technical University of Munich (TUM)

Major developments in a decade of entrepreneurship research: A machine learning based review of the literature

Rebecca Off1, Kevin Reuther2,3, Christina Ungerer1, Guido H. Baltes1

1: HTWG Konstanz - University of Applied Science; 2: University of the West of Scotland; 3: Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau - University of Applied Science

How digital infrastructure shapes cognitions as drivers of entrepreneurial pursuits

Philipp Schade, Monika C. Schuhmacher

Justus Liebig University Giessen

Session 8: Corporate Venture Capital
Ort: Raum 1
Chair: Julian Schulte

An uncertainty view on syndication between independent and corporate venture capitalists

Fabian Winkels

RWTH Aachen University

Learning within the CVC triad: An attention-based view

David Alexander Eckardt

Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg

The role of corporate venture capital investments on product recall risk

Julian Schulte

Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg

Session 9: Academic Entrepreneurship I
Ort: Raum 2
Chair: André Presse

A linguistic anthropological perspective on the entrepreneurial opportunity: A response to the state of the art through a process-interactional model in nascent venturing

Lora V. Koycheva

Technical University of Munich (TUM)

Motivation is everything: Can rewards lead to a well-balanced coopetition to foster innovation?

Margareta Merke

RWTH Aachen University

Entrepreneurial climate at universities - – A key driver of innovativeness and success in DACH region academic start-ups?

Thorsten Beule, Andrea Greven

RWTH Aachen University

Do startups benefit from incubation? An analysis of startups absorptive capacity

André Presse, Constantin Schmutzler

SRH Berlin - University of Applied Sciences

Session 10: Entrepreneurial Personality I
Ort: Raum 3
Chair: Thomas Niemand

Emergence of entrepreneurial orientation at the intercept of cognition and behavior: An examination of entrepreneurial alertness and bricolage as antecedents

Mujtaba Ahsan1, Baris Istipliler2, Samuel Adomako3, Jintong Tang4, Michael Asiedu Gyensare5

1: San Diego State University, USA; 2: University of Mannheim; 3: University of Bradford, UK; 4: Saint Louis University, USA; 5: Edith Cowan University, Australia

Should we be more academic? – The influence of founders’ academic background and function on new venture success

Johannes Schäfer

RWTH Aachen University

Stressful relationships? – Investigation of stakeholder urgency as stressor for different social founder identities

Maximilian Eckel, Denise Fischer

RWTH Aachen University

The measurement specification of entrepreneurial orientation: A meta-analytical perspective

Thomas Niemand1, Fabian Eggers2, Sascha Kraus3, Norbert Kailer4, Carolin Palmer5

1: Clausthal University of Technology; 2: Menlo College, USA; 3: Durham University, UK; 4: Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria; 5: Justus Liebig University Giessen

Session 11: Entrepreneurship as Design Science
Ort: Raum 4
Chair: Alexander Tittel

The qualified eclectic: Improvisational theater’s supportive role for design facilitators

Marius Freitag Granholt, Malte Martensen

IUBH Berlin - University of Applied Sciences

Putting effectuation into practice - A design science perspective

Sophia Braun, René Mauer

ESCP Europe Business School

Opportunity recognition - Theoretical foundations and workshop operationalization

Alexander Tittel

Karlsruher Institute for Technology (KIT)

Session 12: Innovation Process
Ort: Raum 5
Chair: Tamara Huber

Wie entsteht Innovationsfähigkeit? Eine Analyse des Einflusses und des Zusammenspiels von innovationsunterstützenden Rahmenbedingungen und personenspezifischer Innovationsbereitschaft in der Organisation Hochschule

Cindy Konen

Europa-University Flensburg/ FH Dortmund - University of Applied Sciences

Boosting innovation through successfully managed coopetition – How TMT heterogeneity influences cooperations between competitors

Jan Müller

RWTH Aachen University

Internationalization of R&D and firm performance in the pharma industry*

Daniel Sommer1, Krishna Raj Bhandari2, Jari Salo2

1: University of Hohenheim; 2: University of Helsinki, Finland

Entstehung und Diffusion sozialer Veränderungsprozesse innerhalb eines Unternehmens

Tamara Huber, Marion A. Weissenberger-Eibl

Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT)

Session 13: MRQ - Special Issue Paper Development Workshop
Ort: Raum 6
Introduction: Jörn Block, Andreas Kuckertz, Alexandra Moritz

Antecedents and outcomes of corporate social responsibility in family firms: Current status and future directions of a research field*

Christoph Stock1, Laura Pütz1, Sabrina Schell2, Arndt Werner1

1: University of Siegen; 2: University of Bern, Switzerland

Business model innovation in family firms: A systematic literature review*

Leopold von Schlenk-Barnsdorf, Anne Heider, Marcel Huelsbeck

University Witten/Herdecke

Entrepreneurial, STEM and career-specific self-efficacy: A systematic review of interventions in STEM and entrepreneurship education research in primary and secondary education

Joanna Barth, Katrin Muehlfeld

Trier University

Session 14: FGF members meeting (only for registered FGF members)
Ort: Raum 1
Chair: Andreas Kuckertz (FGF President)
Datum: Tuesday, 29.09.2020
Session 15: Social Entrepreneurship
Ort: Raum 1
Chair: Nicole Siebold

The investment criteria of impact investors*

Jörn Block1,2,3, Mirko Hirschmann1, Christian Fisch1,2

1: Trier University; 2: Erasmus University Rotterdam, Niederlande; 3: University Witten/Herdecke

The case of global antimicrobial resistance: The need for institutional entrepreneurship and reconsideration of ethical analysis

Noemi Jajjawi1, Susan Müller2, André Munzinger3

1: University of St. Gallen, Switzerland; 2: Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland; 3: Kiel University (CAU)

Social entrepreneurship: Dissection of a phenomenon through German glasses*

Karina Cagarman1, Jan Kratzer1, Katharina Osbelt2

1: Technical University Berlin; 2: SEND e.V

Should we join partnerships for the goals? A social venture perspective on the integration of SDGs in collaborative practices*

Nicole Siebold1, Franziska Günzel-Jensen2, Steffen Korsgaard3

1: Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg; 2: Aarhus University, Denmark; 3: University of Southern (SDU), Denmark

Session 16: Business Model Innovation II
Ort: Raum 2
Chair: Matthias Menter

Using design science research to develop a method for efficient and effective business model design

Markus Lau, Orestis Terzidis

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Privacy management in digital innovations - Is it worth to level up?

Denis Weinecker, Monika C. Schuhmacher

Justus Liebig University Giessen

What You see is what you get? External venturing and the integration of digital technologies

Petrit Ademi, Monika C. Schuhmacher, Andreas Bausch

Justus Liebig University Giessen

Disentangling the complex longitudinal relationships between business model innovation and firm performance*

Matthias Menter1, Lutz Göcke2, Christopher Zeeb1, Thomas Clauß3

1: Friedrich Schiller University Jena; 2: Nordhausen University of Applied Sciences; 3: University Witten/Herdecke

Building capacities for social innovation: The role and impact of universities

Johannes Carl, Matthias Menter

Friedrich Schiller University Jena

Session 17: Entrepreneurial Finance I
Ort: Raum 3
Chair: Maximilian Eckel

In for a penny, in for a dime! The effects of financial slack and high-volume venture capital financing on IPO performance

Nico Lehnertz, Carolin Plagmann, Eva Lutz

Heinrich Heine University

Patterns and determinants of asset allocation in German foundations: An entrepreneurial finance perspective

Maximilian Kremer

Technical University of Munich (TUM)

Private equity resilience: Abnormal value creation of leveraged buyouts in economic cycles

Alexander Jürgens, Reiner Braun

Technical University of Munich (TUM)

Does absence really make the heart grow fonder? Internationality and the intensity of private equity support

Antonia Nörthemann, Carolin Plagmann, Eva Lutz

Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

Expected (not) to exit? - The role of founders’ social identity and stakeholder power for forming exit strategies

Maximilian Eckel

RWTH Aachen University

Session 18: Corporate Social Responsibility
Ort: Raum 4
Chair: Tine Lehmann

Motivations in green: The impact of CEO goal pursuit on companies’ carbon emissions*

Andreas Wagner1, David Bendig2

1: Otto von Guericke-University Magdeburg; 2: University of Münster

Corporate social responsibility during COVID-19: A family firm perspective

Andreas Schumacher

RWTH Aachen University

Absorptive capacity in family firms - The mediating role of corporative social responsibility

Laura Pütz1, Sabrina Schell2, Arndt Werner1

1: University of Siegen; 2: University Bern, Switzerland

From social engagement to social entrepreneurship

Tine Lehmann

HTW Berlin - University of Applied Sciences

Session 19: PracticeTrack I - Coaching
Ort: Raum 5
Chair: Helmut Wittenzellner

Social Entrepreneurship und Soziale Arbeit – Ein Kooperationsprojekt zur Wohnraumversorgung mit der Stadt Karlsruhe

Claudia Wiepcke1, Regina Heibrock2, Martin Lenz3

1: PH Karlsruhe - University of Education; 2: City of Karlsruhe; 3: Mayor City of Karlsruhe

Coaching-Konzept für die Bewertung und Verbesserung der Nachhaltigkeit von Innovationsideen

Annika Reischl, Philipp Preiss, Claus Lang-Koetz, Katja Puteanus-Birkenbach

Pforzheim University – University of Applied Sciences

Consulting Design – Beratungen nach der 200P Methode für Intrapreneurship, Innovation und Entrepreneurship

Helmut Wittenzellner

Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart - University of Applied Sciences

Session 20: Academic Entrepreneurship II
Ort: Raum 6
Chair: Audrey Stolze

“Is engagement key?” - How does the engagement with university support mechanisms influence entrepreneurial self-efficacy and new venture performance?

Leonie Ottmann

RWTH Aachen University

What does it take to be a leading start-up university? – Antecedents for operating effective academic entrepreneurship

Johannes Schäfer

RWTH Aachen University

Practical teaching of entrepreneurship in higher education with the design thinking approach: The case of Indonesia

Ria Tristya Amalia, Harald F. O. Von Korflesch

University of Koblenz-Landau

An international foresight reflection on entrepreneurial pathways for higher education institutions

Audrey Stolze1,2, Klaus Sailer1, Andreas Kuckertz2

1: Munich University of Applied Sciences; 2: University of Hohenheim

Session 21: Keynote 1 - Dimo Dimov, Professor at the University of Bath, Institute for Policy Research‘ "The Entrepreneurial Scholar"
Ort: Raum 1
Chair: Orestis Terzidis
Session 22: Podium Discussion - Entrepreneurship as Design Science
Ort: Raum 1
Chair: Orestis Terzidis Podium: Jan vom Brocke (University Liechtenstein), Henrik Berglund (Chalmers University of Technology), Christoph Seckler (ESCP Berlin Business School)
Session 23: FGF Working Group Entrepreneurship Education - Schulfach Entrepreneurship
Ort: Raum 1
Chairs: Ulrich Braukmann, Dominik Bartsch
Session 24: FGF Working Group Start-up and SME financing - Get Together
Ort: Raum 2
Chair: Alexandra Moritz, Stephan Golla
Session 25: FGF Working Group Family Business
Ort: Raum 1
Chairs: Marcel Hülsbeck
Session 26: FGF Working Group Cultural & Creative Entrepreneurship
Ort: Raum 2
Chair: Elmar D. Konrad
Datum: Wednesday, 30.09.2020
Session 27: Doctoral Colloquium - How to successfully master a PhD in entrepreneurship?
Ort: Raum 1
Chairs: Jörn Block, Christoph Stöckmann, Andreas Kuckertz, Judith Behrens
Session 28: Doctoral Colloquium - How to publish my doctoral research in reputable academic journals?
Ort: Raum 1
Chairs: Jörn Block, Christoph Stöckmann, Judith Behrens
Session 29: Doctoral Colloquium - An introduction to the FGF structured doctoral program class of 2021
Ort: Raum 1
Chairs: Jörn Block, Christian Fisch
Session 30: Venture Capital I
Ort: Raum 1
Chair: Christina Günther

Investor personality and success in venture capital*

Silja Spreng1, Reiner Braun1, Andranik Tumasjan2

1: Technical University of Munich (TUM); 2: Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU)

The regional component in venture capital investments

Stephan Philippi1, Christian Masiak2, Monika Schuhmacher1, Joern Block2

1: Justus Liebig University Giessen; 2: Trier University

Honesty is the best policy: The role of accounting information in investor start-up relationships*

Peter M. Bican1, Clara Bratfisch2, Frederik J. Riar3

1: Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU); 2: WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management; 3: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

The role of referrals in venture capital due diligence*

Christina Günther, Serden Ozcan, Dirk Sassmannshausen

WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management

Session 31: Sustainable Entrepreneurship I
Ort: Raum 2
Chair: Klaus Fichter

A structured literature review to develop sustainable entrepreneurial ecosystems

Leonhard Gebhardt

HTW Berlin - University of Applied Sciences

Mapping entrepreneurship research in the context of sustainability policy agendas: A structured literature review

Juliane Corredor Jimenez

Willy Brandt School of Public Policy at the University Erfurt

Does it pay to be green for new firms? An empirical analysis of how different types of green entrepreneurship affect firm performance.

Thomas Neumann

Flensburg University of Applied Sciences

Diffusion of environmental innovations: Sector differences and explanation range of factors

Klaus Fichter1,2, Clausen Jens2

1: Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg; 2: Borderstep Institute for Innovation and Sustainability

Session 32: Gender & Entrepreneurship
Ort: Raum 3
Chair: Elisabeth S.C. Berger

Women expatpreneurs in international acceleration programs: Implications for entrepreneurial and migration policy

Katherina Kuschel

Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú

Entrepreneurial universities and innovative behavior: The impact of gender diversity

Matthias Menter

Friedrich Schiller University Jena

Stereotype effects in human resource aquisition of new ventures: An intersectional approach

Biljana Rudic1, Sylvia Hubner2, Matthias Baum1

1: University Bayreuth; 2: National University of Singapore

“She is just a girl” – Reflections of female founder (stereo-)types in the media

Elisabeth S. C. Berger, Alicia Prochotta

University of Hohenheim

Session 33: Corporate Entrepreneurship I
Ort: Raum 4
Chair: Maike Gerken

Don’t you see the same? Diverging perspectives on discontinuous innovation: Exploring the dynamic interactions between managerial frames

Slawa Tomin1, Mirko Brunk2, Katrin Burmeister-Lamp3, Rüdiger Kabst1

1: Paderborn University; 2: Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf; 3: EBS University

Short-, mid-, and long-term effects of innovation activities —A configurational analysis on continuity, competence , and cooperation

Michael Kötting, Andreas Kuckertz

University of Hohenheim

A closer look at the dark and bright personality traits of corporate leaders and their influence on entrepreneurial orientation

Stephanie Bosch, Maike Gerken, Marcel Hülsbeck

University Witten/Herdecke

Session 34: Entrepreneurship Teams I
Ort: Raum 5
Chair: Harald Leibinger

Structuring flexibility in entrepreneurial teams

Eva Weissenböck1, Nicola Breugst1, Anna Brattström2

1: Technical University of Munich; 2: Lund University, Sweden

Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much? – The relationship of founder team processes, emergent states and cognitive bias of New Venture Teams

Anian Gehring, Andrea Greven

RWTH Aachen University

Team perception in entrepreneurial education

Carlos Arturo Morales Reyes

University of Hohenheim

There is no "I" in team! The role of ego-transcendence in early-stage co-founder collaboration and opportunity development

Harald Leibinger, Nicola Breugst

Technical University of Munich

Session 35: Digital Entrepreneurship
Ort: Raum 6
Chair: Hagen Worch

Chief technology officer – Can broader experience strengthen a digital leadership?

Kathrin Haubner

University of Münster

The antecedents and consequences of using artifical intelligence in e-venture —A structured literature review

Tobias Kollmann, Lucas Kleine-Stegemann, Markus Czichowsky

University of Duisburg-Essen

Effectiveness of gamification affordances in multi-sided platform businesses*

Felix Bures, Thomas Hipp

University of Mannheim

Digitization and the changing nature of corporate innovation: Empirical evidence from Swiss enterprises

Hagen Worch, Michael Frei, Thomas Künzle, Thomas Hayk

Distance University of Applied Sciences Switzerland (FFHS)

Session 36: Success Factors
Ort: Raum 1
Chair: Susan Müller

Swimming against the tide - The relationship between configurations of success factors and cultural and creative entrepreneurs’ business growth

Max Höllen1, Elmar D. Konrad1, Harald F. O. von Korflesch2

1: Mainz University of Applied Sciences; 2: University of Koblenz Landau

The value-adding effect of creativity assessment in crowdfunding projects

Daniel Dilmetz, Carolin Bock

Technical University of Darmstadt

Let’s pray for resilience!? – (How) Can spirituality effect entrepreneurs and ventures’ success?

Natasja Kudzai Magorokosho2, Antonieta Alcorta de Bronstein1, Jantje Halberstadt1

1: University of Vechta; 2: University of Namibia

Relationship marketing in the context of young enterprises: A systematic literature review and avenues for future research

Hendrik Fahrenhorst, Vincent Göttel, Peter Kenning

Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

Entrepreneurs’ actions and venture success

Susan Müller1, Justus von Grone2, Denis Grégoire3, Deniz Ucbasaran4, Barbara Bird5

1: Bern University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland; 2: University of St. Gallen, Switzerland; 3: HEC Montréal, Canada; 4: Warwick Business School, UK; 5: American University, USA

Session 37: Sustainable and Social Entrepreneurship
Ort: Raum 2
Chair: Klaus Fichter

New ventures’ sustainability missions – A marketing necessity or all-embracing management tool?

Anne Tryba, Thomas Röhm

Munich Business School - University of Applied Sciences

Business models and shared value strategy during the crisis: South American social entrepreneurship

Katherina Kuschel1, Adela Vélez2, Manuel Méndez3

1: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú; 2: CESA Colegio de Estudios Superiores de Administración; 3: Politécnico Grancolombiano

High-sustainability transformers: An empirical investigation of the transformative capacity of hybrid start-ups

Yasmin Olteanu1, Klaus Fichter1,2

1: Borderstep Institute for Innovation and Sustainability; 2: Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

Session 38: Creativity
Ort: Raum 3
Chair: Stefan Schulte-Holthaus

Antecedents and consequences of individuals’ self-evaluations of creative performance in a foreign language setting

Anja Loderer, Katrin Muehlfeld

Trier University

Cultural and linguistic differences in creativity among Asian and German high school and university students

Alexander Peter1, Katrin Muehlfeld1, Marc Oliver Rieger1, Mei Wang2

1: Trier University; 2: WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management

The Users’ Perspective on How Creativity Techniques Help in the Idea Generation Process - A Repertory Grid Study

Julia Wöhler, Ronny Reinhardt

Technical University Dresden (TUD)

Passion, performance, and concordance in Rock 'n' Roll entrepreneurship

Stefan Schulte-Holthaus1,2, Andreas Kuckertz1

1: University of Hohenheim; 2: Macromedia University of Applied Sciences

Session 39: Open Innovation
Ort: Raum 4
Chair: Monika C. Schuhmacher

Order-taker or free-bird: different modes of corporate venture capital

Gerwin Fels

Technical University Berlin

The emerging phenomenon of crowdsourcing in not-for-profit, scientific environments – Understanding objectives and design configurations

Marie-Luise Kanbach, Norman Bedtke, Valerie Daldrup, Robin Bürger

Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy (IMW)

Psychological ownership in innovation contests - An experimental approach of user integration

Anna-Lena Hanker, Monika Schuhmacher

Justus Liebig University Giessen

Adopting stress management interventions in micro- and small-sized enterprises – How the perceptions and attitudes of managers matter*

Johanna Kuske1, Florian B. Zapkau2, Christian Schwens1

1: University of Cologne; 2: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands

Firm-level factors affecting decision error occurrence in the context of innovation development

Björn Hofmann, Monika C. Schuhmacher

Justus Liebig University Giessen

Session 40: Family Business
Ort: Raum 5
Chair: Sabrina Schell

Understanding the heterogeneous behavioral propensities within the family firm internationalization process: A multi-case study

Moritz Feninger

WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management

Korruption, Unternehmensgröße und Familieneinfluss – Ergebnisse einer experimentellen Studie im deutschen Mittelstand

Stefan Behringer1, Patrick Ulrich2, Anjuli Unruh1, Vanessa Frank2

1: Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland; 2: Aalen University of Applied Sciences

A systematic review on trust in family business stakeholder relationships

Marie Deferne1, Dr. Alexandra Bertschi-Michel1, Dr. Julia De Groote2

1: University Bern, Switzerland; 2: WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management

Selection of non-family members in the top management team of family firms

Sabrina Schell1, de Groote Julia2, Hack Andreas1

1: University Bern, Switzerland; 2: WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management

Session 41: Entrepreneurial Finance II
Ort: Raum 6
Chair: Christian Fisch

Digital Entrepreneurial Finance – Moderne Finanzierungsformen auf Basis der Blockchain-Technologie: Systematischer Literatur-überblick und Forschungsagenda

Martin Schiffer1, Michael Mies1,2

1: FOM University of Applied Sciences; 2: University of Siegen

Situated signaling: How signaling environment moderates the effects of quality signals on fundraising success of initial coin offerings*

Daniel Blaseg1, Richard Chan2

1: ESADE Business School; 2: Stony Brook University

Solo self-employed individuals and bootstrap financing in the COVID-19 crisis

Block Jörn1,2,3, Fisch Christian1,2, Mirko Hirschmann1

1: Trier University; 2: Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands; 3: University Witten/Herdecke

A comprehensive overview of the global development of initial coin offerings

Christian Fisch1, Cristiano Bellavitis2, Johan Wiklund3

1: Trier University; 2: Auckland Business School, Auckland University; 3: Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University

Session 42: Mystery Meetings - Junior researchers meet senior researchers
Ort: Raum 1
Datum: Thursday, 01.10.2020
Session 43: Family Business / SMEs
Ort: Raum 1
Chair: Christina Günther

Cyber-Security in Familienunternehmen – empirische Einschätzungen aus der Sicht des deutschen Mittelstands

Alice Timmermann, Patrick Ulrich

Aalen University of Applied Sciences

Digitalization a dynamic capability? Exploring the role of digitalization in SME performance

Konrad Meisner, Sohaib Hassan, Kevin Krause, Petra Moog

University of Siegen

Risk management in small family businesses: A case study of a nursery

Christine Mitter, Michael Kuttner, Andreas Berchtenbreiter

FH Salzburg - University of Applied Sciences, Austria

Do small family firms act differently from small firms for innovation? Evidence from the United Kingdom

Maksim Belitski2, Christina Günther1, Nada Khachlouf3

1: WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management; 2: Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK; 3: ICD Business School Paris, IGS-Groupe, France

Session 44: Sustainable Entrepreneurship II
Ort: Raum 2
Chair: Jantje Halberstadt

Do sustainability-oriented start-ups strive for different impact? Insights from explorative case studies

Constanze Trautwein1,2

1: Borderstep Institute for Innovation and Sustainability, Berlin; 2: Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

How to make the honeymoon last: The use of management control systems in corporate-startup relations to integrate sustainability innovations

Anna Katharina Meyer, Vincent Göttel, Barbara E. Weißenberger

Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

How to support entrepreneurs in searching for sustainable business models – A systematic review of educational settings

Sarah Manthey

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Transformative Entrepreneurship-Ausbildung: Wie innovative universitäre Lehre die Entwicklung nachhaltigkeitsorientierter unternehmerischer Kompetenzen fördern kann

Jantje Halberstadt1, Jana Timm2, Christoph Schank1

1: University of Vechta; 2: University of Hamburg

Session 45: Entrepreneurship Teams II
Ort: Raum 3
Chair: Frederik Riar

The moderating role of span of control on the relationship between entrepreneurial leadership, strategic flexibility, and venture performance: An upper echelon perspective

Tobias Kollmann1, Simon Hensellek2, Lucas Kleine-Stegemann1

1: University of Duisburg-Essen; 2: Technical University Dortmund

I do what I do, because I am who I am? The relationship of entrepreneurial social identity and cognitive biases in New Venture Teams

Benedikt Wiechers

RWTH Aachen University

Do early-stage investors prefer shades of grey or black and white? Investor perceptions of entrepreneurs’ cognitive complexity and consequences for start-up funding

Florian Demann1, Martin Diessner2, Lorenz Graf-Vlachy3, Andreas König1

1: University of Passau; 2: Technical University of Munich (TUM); 3: ESCP Berlin Business School

What if blood is thicker than water? The varying effects of family relationships in entrepreneurial teams

Frederik J. Riar2, Xueru Yang1, Franz W. Kellermanns3,4, Max P. Leitterstorf5

1: South China Agricultural University; 2: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; 3: University of North Carolina-Charlotte; 4: WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management; 5: Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg - University of Applied Sciences (H-BRS)

Session 46: Design Science Research Session
Ort: Raum 4
Chair: Orestis Terzidis

The science behind the lean startup approach

Katharina Sielski, Christoph Seckler

ESCP Berlin Business School

Thesen zum "Design" von Gründungsprozessen unter Beachtung der "Grundsätze erfolgversprechender Gründung" und Nutzung von Fördermaßnahmen des BMWi

Nicolai Schädel, Helmut Wittenzellner

Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart - University of Applied Sciences

Efficient hybrid organizational structures a negotiation-analytical perspective

Matthias Raith

Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg

Entrepreneurship Research as Design Science

Mathias Gutmann, Orestis Terzidis, Christian Ziegler

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Session 47: Crowdfunding II
Ort: Raum 5
Chair: Andrew Isaak

The role of product design and positive affective responses on word of mouth in crowdfunding*

Stefan Katzenmeier1, Malte Brettel2

1: WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management; 2: RWTH Aachen University

Exclusive crowdfunding: Resource provision bias and social categorization discrimination

Maren Rottler, Bernd Helmig, Jan-Philipp Ahrens

University Mannheim

Exchanges about dreams: Towards a new management technique for crowdfunding

Jan-Philipp Ahrens1, Andrew Isaak2, Baris Istipliler1, Maren Rottler1, Dennis Steininger3

1: University of Mannheim; 2: Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf; 3: University of Augsburg

What personality is best for our project: Do big five personality traits predict equity crowdfunding success?

Julia Neuhaus, Andrew Isaak, Denefa Bostandzic

Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

Session 48: Decision Making I
Ort: Raum 1
Chair: Anaïs Hamelin

Test-retest reliability in metric conjoint experiments. Important requirement or overrated nuisance?

Alexander Küsshauer1, Jens Schüler2, Matthias Baum2

1: Technical University Kaiserslautern; 2: University Bayreuth

Effectuation and corporate venturing in established firms – A systematic literature review

Carina Alfert1,2, Rainer Harms2

1: University of Applied Sciences Münster; 2: University of Twente, Netherlands

Sitting on the fence – Untangling the effects of uncertainty on hybrid entrepreneurial entry*

Gertraud Gänser-Stickler, Matthias Schulz, Christian Schwens

University of Cologne, Germany

Profitability and growth: A frontier methodology for a performing paradox

Cyrine Ben Hafaeidh1, Anaïs Hamelin2

1: IÉSEG School of Management (LEM-CNRS), France; 2: LaRGE, EM Strasbourg, Université de Strasbourg, France

Session 49: HR Management / Strategy
Ort: Raum 2
Chair: Sylvia Hubner

The impact of Covid-19 on the family business employer brand

Andrew Isaak, Bennet Schierstedt

Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

The role of boundary spanners in the innovation approach of SMEs in the context of a crisis: A stakeholder perspective

Malte Busch, Daniel Thorpe, Marion Weissenberger-Eibl

Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (ISI)

When start-ups grow up: The struggles of formalization

Sylvia Hubner1, Stephanie Rehbock2

1: National University of Singapore, Singapur; 2: Technical University of Munich (TUM)

Session 50: Digital Transformation II
Ort: Raum 3
Chair: Anne Busch

Cybercrime im Mittelstand – Menschliche Risiken vs. technische Risiken in Familienunternehmen

Patrick Ulrich, Vanessa Frank

Aalen University of Applied Sciences

Angewandte KI – Wo stehen deutsche Startups?

Dajana Komp, Jürgen Seitz

Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart - University of Applied Sciences

Digital literacy by design. (Re-)designing business models for digitalization

Tim Bodung, Katharina Erdle, Leonhard Gebhardt, Matthias Hartmann, Ralf Waubke

HTW Berlin - University of Applied Sciences

Digitalisierungskooperationen als Chance für etablierte Unternehmen in Österreich

Anne Busch, Ann-Christine Schulz

FHWien der WKW - University of Applied Sciences, Austria

Session 51: Entrepreneurial Personality II
Ort: Raum 4
Chair: Benedict Heblich

Typen hybriden Unternehmertums - eine Untersuchung in Österreich.

Daniela Hosner, Karin Bachinger

Austrian Institute for SME Research, Austria

Good vs. Evil – How do core self-evaluation and narcissism influence the development of harmonious and obsessive entrepreneurial passion?

Saskia Manuela Jennifer Weber

RWTH Aachen University

“How can entrepreneurs lead themselves healthy and effective?” Empirical testing of interventions for healthy and effective self-regulation in the context of entrepreneurship

Benedict Heblich, Orestis Terzidis

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Session 52: Innovative Entrepreneurship
Ort: Raum 5
Chair: Christian Schultz

When to seek external inspiration? – A time perspective on organizational aspirations for innovative performance and their impact on external corporate venturing

Fabian Nagel, Malte Brettel

RWTH Aachen University

Coopetition bottom-up: The role of the individual in intra-firm coopetition

Margareta Merke

RWTH Aachen University

Innovation activators: An approach for identifying hidden innovation potential and turning it into higher performance

Hagen Worch, Andrea L. Sablone, Filipe Dos Santos

Distance University of Applied Sciences Switzerland (FFHS)

When handing out presents is not enough! – Influencing factors on the user´s willingness to share data for connected car services

Wolfgang Köhler1, Christian Schultz2, Christoph Rasche3

1: University of Potsdam, Deloitte; 2: HWTK Berlin - University of Applied Sciences; 3: University of Potsdam

Session 53: Technology Management II
Ort: Raum 6
Chair: Tobis Bähr

Digital technological sophistication in SMEs: A pathway to innovation

Kevin Krause, Sohaib Hassan, Konrad Meißner

University of Siegen

Sources of innovation under pressure – The effects of outside board experience and spill-over from other firms

Arpad Kurcz

RWTH Aachen University

Turbulences in innovation management: Antecedents of CTO turnover

Tobias Bähr, Steffen Strese

TU Dortmund, Deutschland

Session 54: FGF Working Group Sustainable und Social Entrepreneurship
Ort: Raum 1
Chairs: Klaus Fichter, Matthias Raith
Session 55: FGF Working Group Gender & Entrepreneurship
Ort: Raum 2
Chair: Rosemarie Kay
Session 56: Best Paper Awards Session
Ort: Raum 1
Awarding: - KSG Entrepreneurship Research Award (Christoph Stöckmann and Katharina Springwald, Karl Schlecht Stiftung), - FGF Entrepreneurship Research Newcomer Award (Carina Lomberg and Gregor Mauer, Stiftung für die Wissenschaft), - Family Business and SME Research Award (Rena Haftlmeier-Seiffert, EQUA Stiftung) - FGF Best Sustainable- and Social Entrepreneurship Research Award (Klaus Fichter and Ralph Boch, Hans Sauer Stiftung) - Norbert Szyperski Technology- and Innovationmanagement Research Award (Peter Witt)
Session 57: Keynote 2 - An interview with Cyriac Roeding, Executive VP of CBS, Former Co-founder and CEO of shopkick. Interview partner: Matthias Hohensee (US correspondent of WirtschaftsWoche)
Ort: Raum 1
Chair: Orestis Terzidis
Session 58: Social Networking "Beer reception"
Ort: Raum 1
Session 59: Social Networking "Wine reception"
Ort: Raum 2
Session 60: Social Networking "Cocktail reception"
Ort: Raum 3
Session 61: Social Networking - "Lemonade reception"
Ort: Raum 4
Datum: Friday, 02.10.2020
Session 62: Podium Discussion - Emerging topics and research opportunities in Social and Sustainable Entrepreneurship
Ort: Raum 1
Chairs: Klaus Fichter, Matthias Raith
Session 63: Entrepreneurial Failure
Ort: Raum 2
Chair: Alexander Küsshauer

Business on the Line: Entrepreneurs and family firms in crises*

Jan-Philipp Ahrens1, Marc Kowalzick1, Jochim Lauterbach2, Jennifer Petriglieri3

1: University of Mannheim; 2: Technical University of Munich (TUM); 3: INSEAD

When does entrepreneurial greed lead to unethical pro-organizational behavior?

Friedrich Tacke1, Holger Patzelt1, Nicola Breugst1, Mirjam Knockaert2

1: Technical University of Munich (TUM); 2: Ghent University, Belgium

Crisis in family firms - The impacts of scandals in German-speaking entrepreneurial families

Anita Zehrer, Gabriela Leiß, Lena Leifeld

MCI Management Center Innsbruck Internationale Hochschule GmbH, Austria

Blaming yourself or the circumstance? Entrepreneurial failure narratives in job interviews*

Alexander Küsshauer1, Matthias Baum2

1: Technical University of Kaiserslautern; 2: University of Bayreuth

Session 64: Entrepreneurship Intention and Motivation
Ort: Raum 3
Chair: Leif Brändle

Entrepreneurship 50+ and its institutional context

Carmen Schacherreiter

Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria

The more, the better? - The intrinsic motivation to syndicate with other angel investors

Valentin Schmitt

RWTH Aachen University

Are narcissistic CEOs the better bosses? An empirical analysis of employee motivation.

Theresa Bockelmann

University of Münster

Fast and slow life strategies in entrepreneurial career paths

Leif Brändle, Andreas Kuckertz

University of Hohenheim

Session 65: Practice Track II - Education and Digitalization
Ort: Raum 4
Chair: Nils Högsdal

Das 100%-Problem im Datenschutz

Wolfgang Köhler, Prof. Dr. Christian Schultz, Prof. Dr. Christoph Rasche

University of Potsdam

Entwicklung digitaler Geschäftsmodelle im Bereich der Investitionsgüter – Herausforderungen zwischen Theorie und Praxis bei einem international tätigen KMU aus dem Bergbausektor

André Raschke1,2, Heike Kehlbeck2

1: Eickhoff Bergbautechnik GmbH; 2: Technical University of Applied Sciences Georg Agricola Bochum

What ideas do students really care about? Insights from the first 200 teams participating in an academic seed accelerator program.

Nils Högsdal, June Nardiello

Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart - University of Applied Sciences

Session 66: Entrepreneurship Ecosystems
Ort: Raum 5
Chair: Alexandra Moritz

Startup competitions and their role in entrepreneurial ecosystems: A conceptual attempt

Lennard Stolz

Leibniz University Hannover

Building resilience in entrepreneurial ecosystems: The role of coherence and diversification - An empirical approach in FinTech

Daniel Kwasnitschka, Ralph Henn, Orestis Terzidis

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: Theoretische und empirische Fundierungen

Alexander Neff, Michael Ortiz

Ferdinand Steinbeis Institute Stuttgart

Data-driven analysis of determinants of regional entrepreneurship activities

Martin Queißner

Ruhr University Bochum (RUB)

Entrepreneurship in post-conflict societies: A systematic literature review

Fuad Morina, Alexandra Moritz, Jörn Block

Trier University

Session 67: Innovation I
Ort: Raum 1
Chair: Tine Lehmann

Do Hidden Champions Really Outperform Their Rivals? An Industry-Specific Analysis.

Matthias Johann, Jörn Block, Lena Benz

Universität Trier, Deutschland

Chief information officers leading digital innovation in times of disruption

Robin Wagner, David Bendig

University of Münster

Hidden champions as a determinant of regional development: An analysis of German districts

Lena Benz, Jörn Block, Matthias Johann

Universität Trier, Deutschland

When entrepreneurship meets innovation: Two decades of research

Amra Kapo2, Tine Lehmann1

1: Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (HTW) Berlin, Germany; 2: School of Economics and Business, University of Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Bosnia, and Herzegovina

Session 68: BISE - Special Issue Paper Development Workshop
Ort: Raum 2
Introduction: Jörn Block, Dennis Steininger

I am the opportunity. How social media influencers cope with liminality between private and public selves over time

Rebecca Preller, Holger Patzelt, Nicola Breugst

Technical University of Munich (TUM)

Digital and high-tech entrepreneurship as an opportunity for sustainability?

Juliane Corredor Jimenez

Willy Brandt School of Public Policy at the University Erfurt

Business model analysis of German universities’ digital transformation efforts

Alina Bockshecker, Stefan Smolnik

University of Hagen, Deutschland

Session 69: Corporate Entrepreneurship II
Ort: Raum 3
Chair: Jens Schüler

The use of corporate entrepreneurship in innovation portfolios of the German Mittelstand - A research agenda

Nicolai Heinzelmann, Guido H. Baltes

HTWG Konstanz - University of Applied Sciences

Exploring corporate accelerators: An internal perspective on the venture client model

Denis Bettenmann

University of Stuttgart

A midlife ‘transparency’ crisis? Getting in control of entrepreneurial orientation – Performance research

Jens Schüler1, William John Wales2, Matthias Baum1

1: University of Bayreuth; 2: University at Albany - State University of New York, USA

Session 70: Business Model Innovation III
Ort: Raum 4
Chair: Kathrin Wenke

Welchen Einfluss nimmt die Risikoaversion einer Führungskraft auf Geschäftsmodellinnovationen? Eine dreistufige Analyse.

Sarah Müller-Sägebrecht, Charlotte Hammer

Technical University of Dresden

A qualitative study about resource mobilization for new venture creation

Ann-Carolin Ritter1, Jörg Weking1, Theresa Treffers1,2

1: Technical University of Munich; 2: Seeburg Castle University, Austria

Breaking up inertia: What the Fukushima disaster can teach us about the effect of environmental shocks on firms’ exploration intensity*

Kathrin Wenke1, Philip Steinberg2, Matthias Schulz1, Christian Schwens1

1: University of Cologne; 2: University of Groningen, Netherlands

Session 71: Decision Making II
Ort: Raum 1
Chair: Theresa Bockelmann

Impact of leadership role, organizational structure and decision-making effectiveness on the organizational performance of sales and distribution models in the automotive industry.

Stefan Doubek, Phillip Burger, Klaus Dänner

SMBS University Salzburg Business School, University of Latvia

Qualitative content analysis on critical decisions in the entrepreneurial context

Marcos Gonzalez

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, (KIT)

SHE-EOS' cognition as crucial determinant of strategic firm behavior

Theresa Bockelmann, David Bendig

University of Münster

Session 72: Entrepreneurship Education
Ort: Raum 2
Chair: Nils Högsdal

The role of student entrepreneurs in the diffusion of academic knowledge

Pauline Brunner1, Véronique Schaeffer2

1: University of Strasbourg, France; 2: University of Strasbourg, France

From effectuation to techniques for opportunity development: An action design research

Somayeh Taghvaee1, Yashar Mansoori2, René Mauer1

1: ESCP Berlin Business School; 2: Alumni Chalmers University of Technology

Addressing the student´s perspective in Entrepreneurship Education: Explorative insights on student´s attitudes towards entrepreneurship and recommendations for educational design

Hannah Schneider, Nils Högsdal, Laila Mazhar

Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart - University of Applied Sciences

Förderung unternehmerischer Kompetenzen in der (außer-) schulischen Entrepreneurship Education – basierend auf dem Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Deutschland (GEM) 2019/20

Natalia Gorynia-Pfeffer, Armin Baharian, Maximilian Rathke, Matthias Wallisch, Simone Chlosta

RKW Kompetenzzentrum, Eschborn

Jenseits der Business Model Canvas - Methodeneinsatz in der Entrepreneurship Education

Sebastian Hinderer1, Nils Högsdal2, Andreas Kuckertz1

1: University of Hohenheim; 2: Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart - University of Applied Sciences

Session 73: Venture Capital II
Ort: Raum 3
Chair: Alexandra Moritz

The importance of marketing mix planning and customer orientation for venture capital financed startups: Impacts on valuation, performance, and survival

Julia Wöhler, Cornelia Ernst

Technical University of Dresden

The order of investments: How VC legitimacy influences CVC investments decisions

Marieke Funck

Paderborn University

Match dot com! How investor characteristics of angel and VC investors influence the occurrence of co-investments

Niklas Kurth

RWTH Aachen University

Venture debt and its impact on startup development

Carlos Krause1, Jörn Block1,2, Alexandra Moritz1

1: Trier University; 2: Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands

Session 74: Innovation II
Ort: Raum 4
Chair: Johannes Dahlke

Predicting product innovator firms using website texts and deep learning*

Jan Kinne1,3,4, David Lenz2,4

1: ZEW, Mannheim; 2: Justus Liebig University, Giessen; 3: University of Salzburg, Austria; 4: UG (haftungsbeschränkt)

Fleeing the nest: Effects of high-skilled employee migration from academia to industry

Anna-Maria Kindt1,2, Antje Weyh2

1: TU Dresden, Deutschland; 2: Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung

Flowers of adversity: The relationship between performance and institutional constraints perceived by innovative SMEs in post-communist Ukraine

Suleika Bort1, Baris Istipliler2

1: University of Passau; 2: University of Mannheim

In the blink of AI: Topic modeling the discourse on artificial intelligence in management research*

Johannes Dahlke, Bernd Ebersberger

University of Hohenheim

Session 75: Plenary Closing Session
Ort: Raum 1
Chairs: Orestis Terzidis, Andreas Kuckertz, Michael Schefczyk (conference president G-Forum 2021 Dresden)

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